Cape Town - Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito
Santo was 'very satisfied' with his side's 1-0 win over Burnley but admitted
that they need to be more clinical.
Wolves clinched a narrow win over the
Clarets at Molineux on Sunday thanks to a winning strike from Raul Jiminez.
However, they had many opportunities to kill off the game earlier but
Nuno told the press: "It was a good
performance, I am very satisfied. We created a lot of chances against a good,
organised Burnley team who are very narrow.
"We created a lot of situations and we
deserved to win. If there is a 'but' it's that we should be more clinical.
"It is one of the things that we need
to work on and improve. We are trying to improve and get better game by game.
"We have another clean sheet, which is
the most important aspect of the game for me, but the other part of the game is
to produce and create. The players will work on the last touch and things will
"Burnley are a tough team, though, and
they stayed in the game right until the end."
Newly-promoted Wolves are ninth in the
Premier League standings, having won two and drawn two of their five top-flight
games thus far.